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Логически форми на индукцията и данните на социоанализата
Logical Forms of Induction and the Data of Socio-analysis

Author(s): Martina Mineva
Subject(s): Social Sciences, Sociology
Published by: Институтът по философия и социология при БАН
Keywords: practical induction; logical forms; non-classical intentional analysis; everyday quantification; socioanalytical data

Summary/Abstract: The article aims to outline the chances of the non-classical intentional analysis of inductive reasoning in investigating the problem of everyday quantification. The last is interpreted as an aspect of a considerable part of the forms of the reasoning itself. The presented extended raising of the problem about the logical forms of practical induction enables these logical forms to be accepted as data in the socioanalyst’s investigation of cases of everyday psychopathologies, disorders of the biographical illusio or its loss. Based on the analysis of everyday quantification presented by Deyanov, Sabeva and Petkov (Deyanov, Sabeva, Petkov 2013) the article also emphasizes the deindexicalizational and reindexicalizational functioning of quantifiers such as “always”, “lately” and “again”, concurrently retaining the ability of their prepredicative functioning and their performative effects. On this groudns the paper also introduces a critical analysis of the approach Harvey Sacks uses in his lectures on Conversation Analysis for the interpretation of “everyone” and “no one” respectively in “Everyone has to lie” and “I have no one to turn to” (as a perspective of people prone to suicide). At the end the article provides an experimental problematization of the so-called by Sacks “knowledge that is protected against induction”, presenting arguments for the concept to be considered as an aspect of the socioanalytical data problem.

  • Issue Year: 50/2018
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 219-233
  • Page Count: 15
  • Language: Bulgarian